[ExchangeList] Re: Email Archiving

  • From: "David Kaplan" <dkaplan2005@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2006 11:01:32 -0700

Quest, Veritas and Legato all make decent Exchange Archive solutions that eliminate the requirement of .pst's. I have found the new Quest Archive Mgr as a really cool tool. 
 
Good Luck. 
 
David Kaplan 
 

David Kaplan MCSE / MCSA Messaging Specialist

Sr. Systems Administrator

Arcata Associates

NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
 
On 6/27/06, Johnson,Scott <sjohnson@xxxxxx> wrote:
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-------------------------------------------------------Hello All-

I would like to archive users email, but still make it look as though
the message is still on the Exchange server (PST files stored on local
machine = BAD!!!).  I know there are SQL server based products out
there, does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!!!!!!

Scott


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